Step-by-Step Guide to Splitting Audio Tracks with Music Speed Changer App: The progress in AI has made new chances and possibilities possible in many areas. The same goes for music. In the past, you had to buy expensive software to separate instruments from a song. Now, you can do it for free on your phone by separating songs from a single music file. This video shows how to use an app called Music Speed Changer to split audio clips.
What app do we use to change the speed of music for this guide?
As its name suggests, the Music Speed Changer app was first made to change the speed of a song, restart certain parts, change the pitch, and other things. It can now split tracks into separate files too, thanks to AI models. This is a big improvement for aspiring musicians who want free ways to separate tracks, learn songs, and remix them. You can get the app from both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
How to use Music Speed Changer to split music tracks
Here’s how to use the new AI models in Music Speed Changer to split a single track of music into up to five different ones.
Note: We used Android to show you how to do it, but the steps are the same for iOS devices too.
Step 1: Get Music Speed Changer and choose or add a song.
To begin, you need to get Music Speed Changer and put it on your phone:
Use the link above to get the Music Speed Changer app, then open it. In the upper left corner, tap the three horizontal lines to open Track Splitter. In the “Track Splitter” screen, tap the plus sign (+) in the bottom right corner to choose your song. You could also pick a song from your library, tap the settings icon, and choose Track Splitter.
- Get the Music Speed Changer app and open it.
- Android: Link to the Play Store
- iPhone: link to the App Store
- Tap on the three lines in the upper left part of the app when it’s open. After that, pick Track Splitter.
- It’s in the bottom right area. Tap the plus sign (+) and pick a song from your device’s library.
- Instead, pick a song from your library and tap the play bar at the bottom.
- Select “Track Splitter” from the list of options at the top of the screen.
Step 2: Get AI models and split tracks.
The next step is to get AI models and start cutting tracks apart.
Tap on the Process track on the “Track Splitter” screen. When asked, press OK to download the AI models. Next, pick how many tracks you want. After separating the songs from the song, press “Load split” to see the split tracks.
- On the “Track Splitter” screen, tap on “Process track.” When asked to download the AI models, tap “OK.”
- After the AI models are done downloading, pick how many tracks you want to use to split the song.
- If you want to split, press OK and wait for the AI to finish.
- When you’re done, tap “Load split” to see your split songs.
Step 3: Change how loud the track is
Once your song has been broken up into tracks, you can make any other changes you need to the tracks.
To change the volume, move the sliders under the different songs.
- You’ll see between 2 and 5 different tracks, depending on how many you split the song into. To change the level, use the sliders under them. For a fresh start, tap the reset button in the upper right corner.
- Tap the arrow next to “Track splitter” to go back to the main track that wasn’t split.
Step 4: Send the tracks out
After you’ve changed the volume of each track, it’s time to save them.
Select Share split tracks from the three-dot icon in the upper right corner. Then pick which split tracks you want to share and how you want to share (or save) them.
- In the upper right area, tap the three dots and choose Share split tracks…
- Remember that if you choose “Save edited track,” the track will be saved as a whole. ‘Share split tracks’ is the only way to save each track separately.
- Pick which split tracks you want to share, then press “OK.”
- Pick how you wish to share your songs.
- You can get to your split tracks from the app you used to share them after you’ve shared them.
Here are some questions that people often ask about how to split tracks with Music Speed Changer.
Is the tool that lets you split tracks in Music Speed Changer free?
Yes, both the app and the track split feature of Music Speed Changer are free. But you might see ads inside the app sometimes.
In Music Speed Changer, how do I loop a part of a song?
In the preferences box, choose “Pitch and Tempo” to loop a part of a song. Then, put the “A” and “B” marks in the “Loop” section and play the part of the song again.
AI improvements have made even free apps like Music Speed Changer better than ever, letting them compete with more well-known apps and giving users more choices. We hope this guide helped you use Music Speed Changer to separate songs. Until then! Continue to jam.